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Carleton University
Communication Studies
COMM 1101

• Electronic • Oral • Chapters • Nanook • Hyperlinked • Sethnography…ethnography?? • Indianmaiden?? • Warriorstud?? • Nation • Newsprint • Flaherty (director of Native American movie “Nanook of the North”, which portrayed Inuit life…) • Sceptical • CCP?? • White • King • Jowet?? (sp) • Wild Bill • Speed?? • Money • Socrates • What makes a song Canadian? The CRTC (Canadian Radio- television Telecommunications Commission) defines a Canadian musical selection in its Radio Regulations. Within these regulations, four elements are used to qualify songs as being Canadian: Music, Artist, Performance and Lyrics (MAPL). • Sublime?? • Medium • Moralist • Hegemony - leadership or dominance, esp. by one country or social group over others • Metzle?? • Luther • Grey • Linear • CanCon (“Canadian” Content – requirement by CRTC – radio and TV broadcasters must air a certain percentage of CanCon) • Propaganda • Edward Curtis (ethnologist and photographer of the American West and Native peoples) • Written • Art • Kindle • Luddite • Ghostwriter (a writer who writes books, articles, stories, reports, or other texts that are officially credited to another person. Celebrities, executives, and political leaders often hire ghostwriters to draft their stuff. Sometimes, people use them to edit, re-edit or improve their stuff) • Multimodel?? • Instrumentalist • APTN (Aboriginal Peoples Television Network) • Determinist • Neutralist?? • Interactivity • Nation • Immigration • Laswell (SP) - leading American political scientist and communications theorist; defined propaganda as "the expression of opinions or actions carried out deliberately by individuals or groups with a view to influence the opinions or actions other individuals or groups for predetermined ends through psychological manipulations." • Innis (Political economy prof at U of T - Innis's writings on communication explore the role of media in shaping the culture and development of civilizations.[2] He argued, for example, that a balance between oral and written forms of communication contributed to the flourishing of Greek civilization in the 5th century BC.[3] He warned, however, that Western civilization is now imperiled by powerful, advertising-driven media obsessed by "present-
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